Return to Castle Wolfenstein, Id Software's long-awaited reboot of the Wolfenstein series, bowed in November 2001. It had a good singleplayer mode (before the term "campaign" took hold) but was well known for its multiplayer, which spawned the free Enemy Territory game. We're going to go on through a complete playthrough of the single player mode, complete with Nazis, the occult, and atomic supermen! RTCW kicked off the glut of World War 2 shooters, with Medal of Honor: Allied Assault... Topics: let's play, kefkafloyd, Return to Castle Wolfenstein
We're going to be playing the PlayStation version of the original Dino Crisis game. This game was released on August 31, 1999 in the States. It was developed by Capcom, which is obvious because the game plays pretty much exactly like the original Resident Evil games. In fact, Dino Crisis was released between Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. It includes a demo for Nemesis in the package, so this likely only existed to hold people over until Nemesis came out. Regardless, the game has... Topics: let's play, DO IT TO IT, Dino Crisis
We're going to be playing Parasite Eve, a game released on September 9, 1998 in the States. It was developed by Square, who I'm sure you know are the creators of the never-ending Final Fantasy series. The game is apparently a sequel to a Japanese book. Original Archived Let's Play available at the Let's Play Archive Topics: let's play, DO IT TO IT, Parasite Eve
As increases in console gaming started to take attention away from PC gaming it was only natural for Duke to stretch his wings out to fly onto the highly successful PS1 platform. Originally doing this with a port of his highly successful 3D outing with the 'Total Meltdown' version of Duke Nukem 3D, Duke and 3D Realms decide to try out an entirely new IP to get all those PS1 folks on board with the Dukester. So along comes 'Time to Kill' in 1998, just one after 'Total Meltdown', with Duke in a... Topics: let's play, Niggurath, Duke Nukem: Time to Kill
What is this? We'll be playing the Nintendo 64 version of Mission: Impossible. This game is based on the 1996 film of the same name, staring Tom Cruise. The game itself was released on July 18, 1998. The game was actually canceled in Japan and delayed for over a year in America. What can I expect from this LP? While we have a limited knowledge of the game and have played through a few early levels, we will largely be flying blind through this LP. A few of us have actually never seen the game... Topics: let's play, DO IT TO IT, Mission Impossible
This is a tool-assisted speedrun. For more information visit http://tasvideos.org/863S.html ''Rolo to the Rescue'' is a platformer for the Genesis, starring an agile elephant, Rolo. Gameplay involves freeing animals from cages. Switching to the saved animals allows for different movement modes, which adds some puzzle elements. The overworld is assembled by getting pieces from clearing stages. By himself, Rolo can only take one hit, but the animals he frees will take a hit then leave the group.... Topics: Tool-Assisted Speedrun, Rolo to the Rescue, Aqfaq
Submission: http://tasvideos.org/2888S.html This is a tool-assisted recording, recorded in an emulator. For more information, click the above link. Topics: You, Have, To, Burn, The, Rope, Rope!, Nintendo, DS, NDS, TAS, Tool, Assisted, Speedrun
Single-segment speed run of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past with 100%, done on July 31 2007. Available in five versions: low/normal quality DivX, and normal/high/low quality H.264 MPEG-4. Author's comments: I've finally done Zelda ALTTP 100% SS in less than 2 hours! Things you need to know: * The game is in French, but it still stays interesting to watch! * Because the game is in French, the texts are longer. There are 20 more seconds of text only with the unskipables texts (Zelda, the... Topics: Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Single-segment, 100%, Super Nintendo
Publication: http://tasvideos.org/412M.html A fast-paced action platformer from Sunsoft with similarities to both Megaman and Blaster Master. What could go wrong with a mix like that! Shinryuu's movie is almost a minute faster than the previous version, which is a big deal when the game is as short and as straightforward as this one. Topics: Journey, To, Silius, TAS, Tool, Assisted, Speedrun, NES, Nintendo, Entertainment, System, Famicom
Single-segment speed run of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (French Canadian version) done on March 16 2005. Collects 100% of items according to SDA, such as heart pieces, bottles etc, but doesn't get compases, bomb/arrow upgrades and some other things that some could consider to be required for 100%. Author's comments: The game is in french, cuz im french. I'm not sooooo glad of my performances... and I hate my bad luck.. but I've beaten the time of John so I guard it. I did this run... Topics: Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Single-segment, 100%, Super Nintendo
Single-segment speed run of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past done on March 17 2005. Available in low and normal quality. Author's comments: This is the first time I have tried to speedrun a game properly and the results are actually surprisingly good. I have a few people I need to thank for helping me with this run. The biggest help for my run came from TSA. Firstly, his previous speedruns taught me many tricks I didn't know for speed completions, but also helped inspire me to try and do... Topics: Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Single-segment, Super Nintendo
http://tasvideos.org/2015S.html This is a tool-assisted speedrun, made on an emulator, using frame-by-frame shooting, savestates, and rerecords to overcome reaction time and human error. As such, it is purely a form of entertainment, and is not designed to show skill. Topics: TAS, Tool-assisted speedrun, Might and Magic: Gates to Another World, Dammit
This is a tool-assisted speedrun. For more information visit http://tasvideos.org/2207M.html ''Might and Magic II: Gates to Another World'' is an RPG with some amazingly grand scope. Levels up to 255, hp to 65535, +63 weapons, battles with 255 opponents, time travel, and characters dying of old age. This run takes care of money problems by finding a nameless, glitched party member and taking all his stuff. Teleportation is used in some places it normally can't be by resting to reset the... Topics: Tool-Assisted Speedrun, Might and Magic, Gates to Another World, Dammit
In this game Link's must save Princes Zelda and the rest of Hyrule from Ganon once again. In his quest he collects many items such as, bow and arrows, hookshot, master sword, etc. He solves puzzles and defeats foes throughout 13 dungeons before meeting Ganon for the final time. Link does all this in 80 minutes! Making this moving was very interesting but very time consuming as well. This may have been too long of a game to tackle for a first time attack, but I am happy with the result. There... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Nintendo, Emulated run, tool-assisted speedrun
We've all seen Zelda. Why do this? There's never been a better time to replay the (debatable) greatest Zelda game. Ocarina of Time is going to be re-released on the 3DS whenever that thing comes out. Also the new Wii Zelda title, Skyward Sword, comes out early next year (if it's not pushed back again). As such, a lot of people probably have Zelda on the brain right now. We are: -DO IT TO IT (Andrew) -DONT DO IT (James) -TouchNfoaM (Chris) Stand-in Guys: -Fake Derek (Ross) -Derek. The Rundown... Topics: let's play, DO IT TO IT, Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Another Resident Evil 4 LP? Yep. Why? Resident Evil 4 is seriously fucking awesome, it never gets old, and the Wii version is one of the few reasons my Wii hasn't been sold yet. What can I expect from this LP? We will be representing the glorious nation of America, spreading democracy and commercialism to rural Spain one bullet at a time. What were you expecting? Resident Evil 4 is one of those games that never stops being fun, and it's the perfect thing to kill time with during the summer. If... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: let's play, DO IT TO IT, Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition
Single-segment speed run of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (French Canadian version) done on March 25 2005. Collects 100% of items according to SDA, such as heart pieces, bottles etc, but doesn't get compasses, bomb/arrow upgrades and some other things that some could consider to be required for 100%. Author's comments: The game is in French so you might have trouble understanding part of it. At first I wanted to beat TSA's 1:44:45 pure speed record, but then I decided to do a 100%... Topics: Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Single-segment, 100%, Super Nintendo
Resident Evil (titled "Biohazard" in Japan) was released on the Playstation in 1996 and was directed by the now-heralded Shinji Mikami. It was one of the very first games to establish the phrase "survival horror." Known for its sluggish controls and bad voice acting, the classic game has now sold over 2.7 million copies. It established the concepts and characters that would stick around all the way to the recent Resident Evil 5, such as Chris Redfield, Albert Wesker and the... Topics: let's play, DO IT TO IT, Resident Evil 1-3 & CV:X
Single-segment speed run of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (French Canadian version) done on July 25 2005. Collects 100% of items according to SDA, such as heart pieces, bottles etc, but doesn't get compasses, bomb/arrow upgrades and some other things that some could consider to be required for 100%. Quality note: a problem with the runner's sound setup results in the right channel being on both channels of the videos. Sounds that originate on the left sides of rooms are very faint.... Topics: Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Single-segment, 100%, Super Nintendo
Welcome everyone to my newest major LP project: Let's Play the Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. This will be more of a completionist run in that I will collect all of the items and heart pieces and show off most of what the game has to offer. I'll also be showing off some ways to exploit a few glitches along the way if such an opportunity arises. First, some information. Title: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Genre: Adventure/Dungeon Crawler Release Dates: November 1991 (JP), April... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: let's play, MeccaPrime, Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
The homepage of this tool-assisted speedrun is http://TASvideos.org/ Encoded by Nahoc For details, visit http://tasvideos.org/2995S.html Topics: tas, tasvideos, gb, gba, game boy, game boy advance, zelda, link to the past
http://tasvideos.org/325M.html Any% completion of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, without using the traveling-through-walls trick that is seen in the short version. Both this run and the short version use a wobbling trick in order to make Link walk a bit faster. The execution of this maneuver requires the usage of a controller that allows the player to press Up+Down simultaneously (such as, in this case, a modified Snes9x's controller). Topics: TAS, Tool, Assisted, Speedrun, Speed, Run, Super, Nintendo, Zelda, A, Link, To, The, Past, 3, SNES,...
This is the middle 25 minutes of a proposed hour-long documentary by United Games, "What's Next For Videogames?", which covers the current the state of videogame development and culture, and where it is going in the future. Covered are topics ranging from upcoming student developments in Dare to be Digital, the creative and development side with Women in Games, and teaching game development. Finally it also has information on the cultural side of games, including clubs, fashion, the... Topics: United Games, Videogames, Andrew Mehta, Dare to be Digital, Homebrew, Videogame Culture, Bafta,...
A Horde Player vs. Player (PvP) guild called "Learn to PvP" raids Stormwind and Ironforge on the Frostmane realm (server). The raid begins with the first contact with the Alliance at the entrance of Stormwind, goes through runs as a ghost and attempts to rush back, and finally a run through the tram system along with a final rush into Ironforge. At the end, guild members see who can stay alive the longest in the enemy city. This footage was captured as part of the Preserving Virtual... Topics: World of Warcraft, Blizzard Entertainment, Guilds, Player vs. Player, PvP, Learn to PvP, Raids,...
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Charlie Blast's Territory, walkthrough for the Nintendo 64 (N64). by "Teary Eyes" Anderson. Disclaimer: This walkthrough is not endorsed or sponsored by Nintendo, Kemco, or Realtime Associates, Inc. use at your own risk. Dedicated to my brother Tony for our time spent together solving. Charlie Blast, is a hard working, low pants wearing guy, who seems to have some expertise in demolition. His main activities are looking from side to side, thumping his fists on top of each other and... Topics: Charlie Blast's Territory, Charlie Blasts Territory, Charlie Blast's Challenge, Nintendo 64, N64,...
Consolevania produced this documentary/interview piece to highlight the good points and the problems with the gaming industry in Scotland. It was funded by Scottish Enterprise, and while there is no logo on this version a shorter version likely will be endorsed by them. This was released online after a premier at the Edinburgh Interactive Festival 2007, on the 23rd of August 2007. Produced in 3 days with the help of Brian Baglow, the main part is "a whistlestop tour of the Scottish games... Topics: Consolevania, Games Industry, Scotland, Cobra Mobile, Mark Ettle, TAG Games, Paul Farley, Dynamo,...
Ingame video of Spot Goes to Hollywood JPN (T-7014G - スポット ゴーズ トゥー ハリウッド) for the Sega Saturn Video Provided by http://www.satakore.com More info about this game: http://www.satakore.com/sega-saturn-game,,T-7014G,,Spot-Goes-to-Hollywood-JPN.html Topics: Spot Goes to Hollywood, Sega Saturn, セガサターン, セガ, サターン, Satakore.com
Single-segment speed run on the GBA version of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past done on February 25 2005. Collects 100% of items according to SDA, such as heart pieces, bottles etc, but doesn't get compases, bomb/arrow upgrades and some other things that some could consider to be required for 100%. Author's comments: The total play time for this run is 2:14:22, which as far as I know of is the World Record for this type of run. This run is the end product of about 150 runs through the... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, 100%, Game Boy Advance